[LAD] [paul at linuxaudiosystems.com: [Jack-Devel] jackaudio.org website shut down due to hacking]
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Mon Jun 2 18:20:06 UTC 2014
Or even just use Jekyll on your own hosted server. No dynamic content
really helps reduce backdoors (to those in the HTTP server and lower
On Sun, Jun 1, 2014 at 6:27 AM, William Light <wrl at illest.net> wrote:
> On Sun, 1 Jun 2014, at 11:35, Markus Seeber wrote:
>> On 05/30/2014 10:00 PM, Adrian Knoth wrote:
>> > Hi!
>> > I'm sure there must be users out there who are familiar with web stuff
>> > and are burning to help their favourite inter-application audio
>> > framework. ;)
>> > Step up, please.
>> > PS: There is also a semi-complete move to GH-pages. If your're familiar
>> > with github, you could be the ideal volunteer. ;)
>> > Cheers
>> GitHub-pages means, some kind of static site generator may be used?
>> Sounds good to me, even tough I'm not a web developer, getting some
>> experience something doesn't sound that bad.
> yeah, github pages use jekyll.
>> I'd like to evaluate what i can do, would you make a list of contents
>> and requirements for a new page?
>> I got this from the other list:
>> > * the FAQ
>> > * applications list
>> > * API documentation
>> > * stuff that was on trac.jackaudio.org (which is a wiki)
>> Is the Trac currently used as a Project-management tool and will it stay
>> as such, or is it just used as a wiki? Maybe it's time to go through the
>> Information on the site and throw out some old stuff during the process.
>> I'd like to take this on, but it will take some time, as i have to get
>> into these things and certainly won't be using Drupal ;)
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